Xa reply to: Xarian6
1) what if this is the great salt lake with a high saline level and the potatoes are also cold. I'm not from Ireland so don't know my potatoes so
2) I see the same thing and theirs most likely over 1000. I stopped counting at 100 and didn't happen to leave near the inner circle.
3) back to that salt lake thing. They don't say what lake it is in utah...and great Salt lake is in Utah. It looks like a large lake yet foggy. It's
Salt lake has allot of odd minerals and large granular sand on the shore.
Someone also did a low water level spiral years back out of what looked like rocks...so at least people do some lake art there...maybe...
They make Salt blocks from the salt lakes. Theirs over a billion in industrial gain for Utah from the Salt lake.
Theirs also mention of pollution in Wikipedia that's where I am getting most that info.
Chemicals plus minerals plus...??? Floating salt blocks?? I don't know.
Theirs mostly potassium and low calcium in the lake but theirs more salt in that lake every year due to run off.
When you look close enough from a distance you can follow lines from the outside to the inside that shows a counter clock wise spiral....it's not
perfectly uniform and the pieces are either sometimes missing or twisted sidewards..still you can see the spiral.
It's a rather shallow lake says Wikipedia and we don't see all the shores or where this is at.
High saline levels even more dense then the Dead Sea in some way I didn't fully understand.
Minerals are extracted commonly.
It's an industrial area.
If you were to dump these in the same solution of water potentially with a chemical with a light gradual spin....still it seems anyhow that it would
have to freeze quite fast..quick temperature drop at night and a light snow with later further melting due to high ice content on fresh surface
snow?..things do often float at a distance from each other.
No two things alike do like sharing the same space in water.
Sort of like when you drop Kool aid powder in the purple drank and it disperses...and it doesn't just dissolve the actual particles move away from one
Now if those wouldn't sink due to saline or also whatever they are composed of....
They would still move away from one another potentially being composed of some mineral? Then give it a light spin....
I don't know do lakes sometimes have a low level current under the ice that can cause a light spin gravitating towards the center of the hole while
salt blocks potentially do not melt entirely and...simply due to the way they were rolling around in that circle they formed those weird shapes?
When you spin water it does tend to move particles in water towards the center maybe even enough that they stack more densely.
That's all I have for crack brain theories.
There are quite a few if thens and assumptions in there.
It is either this or the top of godzillas head and those are scales.
Another thing worth adding is most likely Starbucks is close by because who is going very far away from Starbucks with cold coffee in a cheep
styrofoam cup walk way out on that Ice and throw it on the ground? There are too many footprints for just s few people and their going in all sorts
of directions. All for now.
The distance from Starbucks to the great salt lake is.....
Oops! There is a Utah lake hahahaha
Cancel great salt lake. Still it's high in saline and looks shallow.
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